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  • Upper Rogue has fish on the move

  • This week's light rains finally have finally gotten salmon and steelhead on the move in the upper Rogue River, where migration patterns have been stunted by low and cold flows.
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  • This week's light rains finally have finally gotten salmon and steelhead on the move in the upper Rogue River, where migration patterns have been stunted by low and cold flows.
    Cole Rivers Hatchery crews this afternoon collected 293 coho salmon and 48 summer steelhead from the hatchery's collection pond, hatchery manager David Pease says.
    Those fish entered the pond over the past week.
    The new counts come after weeks of single-digit returns of summer steelhead, whose run now is winding down in the Rogue.
    — Mark Freeman
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